A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by a returning guest who was getting ready to stay at Broomhill Manor during September. She had booked a dog-friendly cottage to bring their dog Lucy and they had also invited “Dad” who, in his late 80’s, found that standing and walking for any length of time had become a bit of a challenge.
As Alan spends most of his summer evenings playing “pub landlord” in the Broomhill Manor Guest bar, it’s great to know that even our young guests appreciate it! So much so, that one young guest (let’s call “him” Oliver) has put “his” appreciation into writing with our very first Guest Blog – “Oliver loves”! Read why!
Thank goodness the days are starting to get longer and there’s a real sense of spring in the air!
Don’t you just love this time of year! All the spring plants are wakening up to greet the world with an array of yellow and purple – what a wonderful time to experience nature and all that Cornwall has to offer!
If you are a Radio 2 breakfast show listener, you will have heard Chris Evans talking excitedly about his holiday in Cornwall last week and his challenge to the nation to “out naughty” the range of delicious foods that are readily available here!
I must say his summary was not only about the food, but pretty much it was!
The tomatoes were extremely late in ripening this year which leads me to think that an Indian Summer could be on its way. We have had lots of sunshine recently and it is making me hopeful of plenty of more sun to come!
And as the main summer holidays come to an inevitable end, the north Cornwall coast is a great place to be!